SQL by Design: Supertypes and SubtypesCommented on: 3 years ago
(July 7, 2011)
I agree with Kurt. Five years later, this is still a problem. Who to accomodate a database structure that needs to change and the applications developement? This topic has to be treated as one, so if...
Welcome to (SQL Server) 2011Commented on: 3 years ago
(January 19, 2011)
I doubt that there is a single application out there waiting for the new features of a new release to be developed and deployed. In real world, you have to deal with limitations and you use to find...
Measuring Expertise: The New SQL Server MCM ProgramCommented on: 3 years ago
(January 5, 2011)
Off course a certification is not a proof of knowledge, but as it is not possible to proof you experience, I mean, in a interview, how is it possible to show all your experience? How do you proof it...
NoSQL? No Way!Commented on: 3 years ago
(October 1, 2010)
What about the January's issue? MySpace addressed the same problems using SQL Server. I believe it is easier to use NoSQL than digg in SQL Server, that is the real reason. Almost like Linq. It is far...
In managing a database or sometimes numerous databases, we often get caught up in the day-to-day maintenance and lose sight of the other principles we know are critical to ensuring optimal performance. Here’s a quick refresher....More
Alerts represent a great way to take a proactive stance on being notified or alerted when something ugly, potentially ugly, or important happens on a SQL Server. On most servers that I manage, I typically deploy a whole bevy of different alerts....More
When setting up HA or HA+DR solutions with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups, it's critical to remember that the basic unit of failover in these scenarios is the availability group (or the group of user-defined databases)....More